Alastair Darling and Lord Lawson
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Eurozone: Darling and Lawson on Greece, the euro and G20

Former Labour chancellor Alastair Darling said the Greek deal "was never going to work" while his Tory predecessor Lord Lawson said Greece was set to leave the eurozone area.

Mr Darling pointed to a lack of policy to deal with the Greek problems, while Lord Lawson said "Greece will clearly fall out of the eurozone quite soon".

The pair spoke to Andrew Neil about the problems across the eurozone as it was revealed the Greek PM had offered to resign, and UKIP's Lord Hesketh later joined the debate.

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